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Work to ensure improved economy, living — forum advises ministers

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The Progressives Solidarity Forum, has called on the new ministers and Federal Executive Council members to work towards improved national economy and standard of living of the citizens.

Dr Ibrahim Emokpaire, the founder of the forum, made the call in a statement on Friday Abuja.

He noted that the cabinet should also sustain the fight against corruption which “constitutes the cardinal agenda of the All Progressives Congress (APC)-led Federal Government.

“I wish to remind members of the next level cabinet that Nigerians have high hopes in their capacity to find pragmatic and sustainable solutions to the challenges confronting the nation.

“Nigerians eagerly desire to see reinvigorated and concerted efforts by the executive arm of government towards achieving improved security of lives and property.

“Without doubt, delivering good governance towards building a united, well-secured, corruption-free, economically strong and politically stable nation is a huge responsibility that can be achieved.’’

Emokpaire, however, expressed optimism that the new Federal Executive Council members would live up to the expectations, deliver on its mandate and leave behind a great legacy of selfless service.

He congratulated President Muhammadu Buhari and members of the new cabinet for effectively taking off.

He observed that the cabinet with the mandate to take the nation to higher level in the next four years, will  lay a solid foundation for a more peaceful and prosperous Nigeria.

Emokpaire commended the leadership of the APC at all levels, especially its National Leader Bola Tinubu and its National Chairman Adams Oshiomhole.

He noted that their support for the president Buhari over the years had made him to discharge his responsibility in a seamless manner.

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